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bi folding doors recommendations please


Natty

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I actually would like some helpful advice.I want folding doors so that I maximise the incredible view we have and well because I want them rather than plastic opening doors. If you can't say anything useful then why bother posting. Very strange response Stevie. Hope you enjoy your plastic 'french doors'.
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We used Bifolding Door Factory http://www.bifoldingdoorfactory.co.uk/ for a kitchen extension project last year.

They are a supplier of Shucco doors which seemed to be a decent German make. They have a little showroom unit in Croydon - it was useful to take a look at the doors before making a decision.


They worked pretty well with our builder for scheduling and were a bit cheaper than others.


After-sales service has so far proved decent. We noticed some dust streaks inside the sealed glass units. These are apparently covered under a 20 year warranty and they promptly came out and replaced the glass without any objection or fuss.


No idea whether they better than other suppliers, and who knows if they'll still be around in 20 years, but we are happy with the end result.

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